Executive Chairman of the Centre for Anti-corruption and Open Leadership, CACOL, Debo Adeniran, has lambasted ex-Group Managing Director of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, Andrew Yakubu, for insulting Nigerians by asking the Federal High Court in Kano to quash the order of interim forfeiture on the $9,772,000 and £74,000 seized from him.

He said the attempt represents how profoundly immoral and shameless Yakubu is, like many others in position of authority in our public offices, who continue to perpetrate and perpetuate corruption.

A statement he signed said it was expected that Yakubu would bury his head in shame rather than resorting to finding ways of maneuvering the judicial processes over his case so he could ‘eat his cake and have it’.

“The level of moral decadence this attempt typifies definitely ranks extremely high in the every known book or records. Examples like him damages grievously the image of this country and people.

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